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To keep abreast of


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'To keep abreast of' means 'not to fall behind'.

Sample Usage

It is very important for the young persons to keep abreast of all current events.
The need of the hour in case of today's youngsters is to keep abreast of bad habits.
Her husband warned her to keep abreast of buying items through street vendors.


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